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Author Lynch, Thomas Francis, 1960- author.

Title India-Japan strategic cooperation and implications for U.S. strategy in the Indo-Asia-Paciffic region / by Thomas F. Lynch III and James J. Przystup.

Publication Info. Washington, D.C. : National Defense University Press, 2017.


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 Axe Federal Documents Online  D 5.417/5:24    ---  Available
Description 1 online resource (45 pages) : color illustrations, color maps.
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Series Strategic perspectives ; no. 24
Strategic perspectives (National Defense University. Institute for National Strategic Studies) ; no. 24.
Note "March 2017."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 35-43).
Contents Executive summary. -- Introduction. -- Japan and India relations in the 21st century: strategic context and chronology. -- India: from "look East" to "act East" -- Japan: looking outward. -- Economic interactions. -- Diplomatic and bureaucratic interactions. -- Defense and security cooperation. -- Broader implications. -- Implications for U.S. Asia-Pacific strategy and defense technology transfers. -- Conclusion. -- Appendices. -- Notes. -- About the authors.
Summary The emerging strategic relationship between India and Japan is significant for the future security and stability of the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. It is also a critical emergent relationship for U.S. security objectives across the Asia-Pacific. India possesses the most latent economic and military potential of any state in the wider Asia-Pacific region. Therefore, India is the state with the greatest potential outside of the United States itself to contribute to the objectives of the "Rebalance to the Pacific" announced by Washington in 2011. This "rebalance" was aimed at fostering a stable, prosperous, and rules-based region where peace, prosperity, and wide respect for human rights are observed and extended. Implicit in the rebalance was a hedge against a China acting to challenge the existing post--World War II rules-based international and regional order. India and Japan share complementary, but not identical, strategic visions. Both seek to manage—and minimize—the potential negative impacts from the rise of China in accord with their own strategic perspectives.
Note Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (NDU Press, viewed April 25, 2017).
Subject Japan -- Foreign relations -- India.
India -- Foreign relations -- Japan.
Japan -- Military relations -- India.
India -- Military relations -- Japan.
Asia -- Strategic aspects.
Security, International.
Pacific Area -- Strategic aspects.
Technology transfer.
Diplomatic relations. (OCoLC)fst01907412
Military relations. (OCoLC)fst01353799
Security, International. (OCoLC)fst01110895
Strategic aspects of individual places. (OCoLC)fst01355062
Technology transfer. (OCoLC)fst01145295
Asia. (OCoLC)fst01240495
India. (OCoLC)fst01210276
Japan. (OCoLC)fst01204082
Pacific Area. (OCoLC)fst01243504
Genre/Form Online resources.
Added Author Przystup, James J, author.
National Defense University. Center for Strategic Research, issuing body.
Other Title India-Japan strategic cooperation and implications for United States strategy in the Indo-Asia-Paciffic region
India-Japan strategic cooperation and implications for US strategy in the Indo-Asia-Paciffic region
Other Form: Print version: Lynch, Thomas Francis, 1960- India-Japan strategic cooperation and implications for U.S. strategy in the Indo-Asia-Paciffic region (OCoLC)985369931
Gpo Item No. 0378-H-29 (online)
Sudoc No. D 5.417/5:24

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